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Twenty20 Fantasy League Rules

Postby Dimi » Sat Jun 05, 2010 11:03 am

This is the scoring system to be used in all 20/20 fantasy leagues:

Batting

For every run scored 1 point
If a batsman scores 25 he will get additional 10
If he scores 50 additional 20, scores 75 additional 30 and for a score above 100 additional 40
Someone who has a strike rate of of above 125 will get additional 10, above 175 additional 20 and above 225 additional 30 provided the batsman has scored at least 15 runs.


Bowling

25 pts per wicket plus
10 pt bonus for a 2fer
20 pt bonus for a 4fer
If a bowler has an economy rate of <=4.0 and has bowled at least 2 overs, he will receive a 50 point bonus
If a bowler has an economy rate of<=5.0 and has bowled at least 2 overs, he will receive a 40 point bonus.
If a bowler has an economy rate of <=6.0 and has bowled at least 2 overs, he will receive a 30 point bonus
If a bowler has an economy rate of<=7.0 and has bowled at least 2 overs, he will receive a 20 point bonus.
If a bowler has an economy rate of<=8.0 and has bowled at least 2 overs, he will receive a 10 point bonus.

Fielding

10 points for each catch taken and stumping.
20 points for sole run out (10 each if shared)
10 pt bonus for being involved in 3 catches / run-outs / stumpings
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Re: 20/20 fantasy league points system

Postby from_the_stands » Sun Apr 03, 2011 5:39 pm

How about a 500 point bonus for correctly predicting the team that will win it? :dunno We could all add our team to win it under our fantasy league teams.
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Re: 20/20 fantasy league points system

Postby Aidan11 » Sun Apr 03, 2011 5:44 pm

from_the_stands wrote:How about a 500 point bonus for correctly predicting the team that will win it? :dunno We could all add our team to win it under our fantasy league teams.


Might be a good idea but I think 500 points would be way too many. This would allow someone who was not so skilful with their selections to be able to leapfrog someone to the title who has picked his/her players shrewdly but the latter losing out on the basis they didn't pick the right team to win. I would say 25 points would be adequate.
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Re: 20/20 fantasy league points system

Postby from_the_stands » Sun Apr 03, 2011 6:45 pm

Aidan11 wrote:
from_the_stands wrote:How about a 500 point bonus for correctly predicting the team that will win it? :dunno We could all add our team to win it under our fantasy league teams.


Might be a good idea but I think 500 points would be way too many. This would allow someone who was not so skilful with their selections to be able to leapfrog someone to the title who has picked his/her players shrewdly but the latter losing out on the basis they didn't pick the right team to win. I would say 25 points would be adequate.


How about 100 points?
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Re: 20/20 fantasy league points system

Postby Adi » Fri Jan 06, 2012 4:44 am

This is the scoring system to be used in all 20/20 fantasy leagues:

Batting

For every run scored 1 point
If a batsman scores 25 he will get additional 10
If he scores 50 additional 20, scores 75 additional 30 and for a score above 100 additional 40
Someone who has a strike rate of of above 125 will get additional 10, above 175 additional 20 and above 225 additional 30 provided the batsman has scored at least 15 runs.


Bowling

25 pts per wicket plus
5 points bonus for maiden over
10 pt bonus for a 2fer
20 pt bonus for a 4fer
If a bowler has an economy rate of <=4.0 and has bowled at least 2 overs, he will receive a 50 point bonus
If a bowler has an economy rate of<=5.0 and has bowled at least 2 overs, he will receive a 40 point bonus.
If a bowler has an economy rate of <=6.0 and has bowled at least 2 overs, he will receive a 30 point bonus
If a bowler has an economy rate of<=7.0 and has bowled at least 2 overs, he will receive a 20 point bonus.
If a bowler has an economy rate of<=8.0 and has bowled at least 2 overs, he will receive a 10 point bonus.

Fielding

10 points for each catch taken and stumping.
20 points for sole run out (10 each if shared)
10 pt bonus for being involved in 3 catches / run-outs / stumpings
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Re: 20/20 fantasy league points system

Postby braveneutral » Sun Jan 10, 2016 11:52 pm

This is the scoring system to be used in all 20/20 fantasy leagues as of January 2016

Batting

For every run scored 1 point
If a batsman scores 25 he will get additional 10 points
+10 for every further increment of 25 scored
Someone who has a strike rate of of above 125 will get additional 10, above 175 additional 20 and above 225 additional 30 provided the batsman has scored at least 15 runs.


Bowling

25 pts per wicket plus
5 points bonus for maiden over
10 pt bonus for a 2fer
20 pt bonus for a 4fer
If a bowler has an economy rate of <=4.0 and has bowled at least 2 overs, he will receive a 50 point bonus
If a bowler has an economy rate of<=5.0 and has bowled at least 2 overs, he will receive a 40 point bonus.
If a bowler has an economy rate of <=6.0 and has bowled at least 2 overs, he will receive a 30 point bonus
If a bowler has an economy rate of<=7.0 and has bowled at least 2 overs, he will receive a 20 point bonus.
If a bowler has an economy rate of<=8.0 and has bowled at least 2 overs, he will receive a 10 point bonus.

Fielding

10 points for each catch taken and stumping.
20 points for sole run out (10 each if shared)
10 pt bonus for being involved in 3 catches / run-outs / stumpings[/quote]
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Re: Twenty20 Fantasy League Rules

Postby Durhamfootman » Mon Jan 11, 2016 8:15 am

should be 20 points for a wicket?
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Re: Twenty20 Fantasy League Rules

Postby braveneutral » Mon Jan 11, 2016 10:16 am

T20 was always higher for a wicket I believe.
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Re: Twenty20 Fantasy League Rules

Postby Durhamfootman » Mon Jan 11, 2016 2:10 pm

not as far as I am aware. I've always treated them the same across the formats
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Re: Twenty20 Fantasy League Rules

Postby braveneutral » Mon Jan 11, 2016 11:54 pm

Just copied and pasted old rules, shall we open it up on the suggestions thread and see what people think?
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Re: Twenty20 Fantasy League Rules

Postby Alviro Patterson » Sun Feb 28, 2016 10:11 pm

As there is discussion of doing Womens Twenty20 Fantasy Leagues, I have raised that the Twenty20 points system is not compatible for the womens game due to it's more sedate nature.

For example a 120 innings score is often a defendable total or not an easy chase. In turn a batting strike of 100 is considered to be decent, whilst a bowling economy rate of 6 is the norm.

Here is what I propose

Batting

For every run scored 1 point
If a batsman scores 25 she will get additional 10 points
+10 for every further increment of 25 scored
Someone who has a strike rate of of above 100 will get additional 10pts, above 125 additional 20pts and above 150 additional 30pts provided the batsman has scored at least 15 runs.

+10 bonus points for every six scored

Bowling

25 pts per wicket plus
5 points bonus for maiden over
10 pt bonus for a 2fer
20 pt bonus for a 4fer
If a bowler has an economy rate of <=4.0 and has bowled at least 2 overs, she will receive a 30 point bonus
If a bowler has an economy rate of<=5.0 and has bowled at least 2 overs, she will receive a 20 point bonus.
If a bowler has an economy rate of <=6.0 and has bowled at least 2 overs, she will receive a 10 point bonus



Fielding

10 points for each catch taken and stumping.
20 points for sole run out (10 each if shared)
10 pt bonus for being involved in 3 catches / run-outs / stumpings
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Re: Twenty20 Fantasy League Rules

Postby Red Devil » Sun Feb 28, 2016 10:27 pm

looks ok - I'm not that up on the womens game so assume the calibration is about right.

However, the +10 for each 6 because turns one shot into 16 points plus the SR boost that's likely - a likely 26 points for one shot seems a bit much. I'd leave it since they already score 6 and get the SR boost.
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Re: Twenty20 Fantasy League Rules

Postby Durhamfootman » Mon Feb 29, 2016 9:41 pm

yep... I'm not sure about the 10points for a 6 either

the rest of it seems pretty reasonable

why don't you run a Womens WT20 FL, AP.... try it out ahead of the domestic season
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Re: Twenty20 Fantasy League Rules

Postby Alviro Patterson » Mon Mar 07, 2016 12:04 am

Red Devil wrote:looks ok - I'm not that up on the womens game so assume the calibration is about right.

However, the +10 for each 6 because turns one shot into 16 points plus the SR boost that's likely - a likely 26 points for one shot seems a bit much. I'd leave it since they already score 6 and get the SR boost.


Fair point - just that sixes are novelty in womens cricket and I feel they deserve to be recognised.
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Re: Twenty20 Fantasy League Rules

Postby Alviro Patterson » Mon Mar 07, 2016 12:46 am

I have gone through most scores in the 2014 ICC Womens World Twenty20 tournament plus sub-continent WT20i scores in 2015 and have made further amendments to bonus points, most notably batting strike-rates. My conclusion is runs are not that easy to come by, hence lowering the strike-rate threshold.

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Batting
For every run scored 1 point
If a batsman scores 25 she will get additional 10 points
+10 for every further increment of 25 scored
Someone who has a strike rate of of above 80 will get additional 10pts, above 100 additional 20pts and above 133 additional 30pts provided the batsman has scored at least 15 runs.


Bowling
25 pts per wicket plus
5 points bonus for maiden over
10 pt bonus for a 2fer
20 pt bonus for a 4fer
If a bowler has an economy rate of <=4.0 and has bowled at least 2 overs, she will receive a 30 point bonus
If a bowler has an economy rate of<=5.0 and has bowled at least 2 overs, she will receive a 20 point bonus.
If a bowler has an economy rate of <=6.0 and has bowled at least 2 overs, she will receive a 10 point bonus


Fielding
10 points for each catch taken and stumping.
20 points for sole run out (10 each if shared)
10 pt bonus for being involved in 3 catches / run-outs / stumpings


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